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September is Healthy Aging Month!

Aging is a process that brings many changes. Vision loss and blindness does not have to be one of them. There are several simple steps you can take to keep Read More

How Often do you Wear Sunglasses?

Sunglasses have many benefits when you wear them, the most important being a protective barrier for all the components of your eyes.  The biggest benefit to wearing sunglasses is that it Read More

Is This You?

Our Opti-Plus anti fog wipes sold here at the office can actually help you resolve this problem! This not only helps when wearing a mask, but also transitioning from the Read More

It's the Labor Day Weekend!

Our office will be closed this Monday, September 6th, in observance of Labor Day. We'll re-open the next day, Tuesday, September 7th as usual. Stay safe! Read More

What's Considered in your Contact Lens Evaluation?

Did you know our Contact Lens Fittings and Evaluations include over a month of follow-up care? We strive to give you the best vision possible with your contacts and we Read More

Notice the Difference?

 The image on the left shows what a person with normal color perception sees. On the right reflects how a color deficient person sees. If you or someone you know Read More

What Are Floaters?

Floaters are small dark shapes that float across your vision. They can look like spots, threads, squiggly lines, or even little cobwebs.Most people have floaters that come and go, and Read More

Are you protected?

Do you use an electronic device for the majority of your day? More screen time means more exposure to the blue light emitted from digital devices. Ask us for more Read More

Take a Good Look!

Are you able to see all the numbers below? If not, you may have some color deficiency. Color blindness, or color deficiency, is the inability to distinguish the difference between certain Read More

Have you heard of the Optomap? We have it!

The Optomap, or “OPTOS”, test first became available in 1999. This technology captures a 200 degree image of your retina in half a second. It’s completely painless and available for Read More

Need Help with Heavier Eyelids?

Are your eyes tired from droopy lids? Acquired ptosis, the condition that causes eyelids to droop, can affect the way you look and see things.Make time for U today by Read More

What is Scleral Depression?

Scleral depression is an opthalmic technique performed by your eye doctor to more thoroughly make sure that there are no holes or tears in your retina. Some holes/tears are flat Read More

Vision Changes Can Follow from Pregnancy!

For many women, being pregnant is such an exciting time. A lot of changes happen to the body, including some that most would not expect, such as changes in vision. Some changes Read More

Ever Wonder what the Technician is Doing in the Room?

 This is called Scribing. Medical scribes, also called documentation assistants, are professionals who transcribe information during clinical visits in real time into electronic health records (EHRs) under physician supervision. Scribing, or “team documentation,” Read More

We Still Have our Baby Eyes!

Did you know that your eyes are nearly full-size at birth? When you’re born, your eyes are almost as large as they’ll be at full maturity. The surprising part is newborn Read More

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